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Educational Programmes/Activities

Illiteracy remains a problem in Uganda.  The literacy rate is 64 percent and in recent years, Government introduced Universal Primary Education (UPE) to address this problem.  The Diocese is contributing to education in the following by running training institutions and supporting primary schools and post-primary institutions.  

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The Diocese is supporting 178 primary schools and 24 post primary institutions.  The Diocese has established the post of Diocesan Education Secretary who supervises these schools as a representative of the Diocese.  The Diocese also runs Bishop Kivengere Girls' Secondary School in Muyebe to address the imbalance in the education for boys and girls in the Diocese.  This school was started by the Diocese in 1974 (during Amin's regime) to act not only as an academic centre but also as a school that would make girls experience God's saving power and bear fruit for Christ.  Twenty five years on, the school is vibrant.

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